Arizona’s Minimum Wage Goes Up to $6.90

Published By G&K

Arizona’s Minimum Wage Goes Up to $6.90

Arizona employers may recall that under the minimum wage bill that the voters approved in November 2006, Arizona’s minimum wage is subject to adjustment every January 1 based on any increases in the cost of living as measured by the federal Consumer Price Index.

Based on increases in the CPI over 2007, Arizona’s minimum wage will go up tomorrow. The new minimum hourly wage will be $6.90 for all work performed on or after January 1, 2008.


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